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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRTDOR DAILY HKnAf.O MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1916 toeralo Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Rates: Dally, delivered, per weeX: loc delivered, per year Dally, by mall, per year Weekly, Dy mall, per year by mall, per year to D.S..f2.00 Canadian channels cnst and west ap- pears to be paramount In the minds of the compilers of the memorandum. This suggestion will be familiar to all who recollect the anti-reciprocity argu- ments of 1911. One of tho chief matters suggested for consideration by the conference Is tho question of successfully In- vadlng the foreign markets of the world with Canadian-made goods. The ery sugcestlon might bo taken as on TELEPHONES Business Ofllce BdHorial Office 12M W. A. Buchanan John Torrancc Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration data Is authority to continue tiie subscrip- tion. THE Your King and Country need you right admission that "infant Industries" which harp hitherto declared them- selves unable to compote, on their own ground, with foreign manufac- turers, niirht now be classed as out- side "InfiM." category. Asy bition tu invade the foreign market! would, it might seem, bo accompanied! iiy a ilevernination in future to defy competition without tariff protection upon the Dominion's own soli. But the prospectus on the contrary ap- parently contemplates both the un- disputed possession of the home mar- ket and free and profitable invasion of the foreign market. On November 6, 1915, an order-In-j council was passed by the govern. Dr. Garner, is morlDg from Edmon- ton to Feralo. Martha McNamara. sister -of Ex-Mayor McNamara of Edmonton, Is dead. The ever heard of it in the home where the housewife knows i Shredueu Wiiiatr In minutes you can prepare a wholesome, satisfying meal with Shredded Bis- cuit without kitchen worry or work. For breakfast heat the Biscuit in the oven to restore crispness and serve u i n.'ll, lunoh John S. Brysoa and Aid. Bastman with hot milk. I-or lunch aro maroralty in New serve with sliced bananas Westminster, B, c. or other fruits. Made in Charles Booth, chairman of tis Booth Steamship company, day. He waa 76 yean-old. Rev. Rob! Duff, a auparannnated Methodist minister, died at Hmnber. stono, Ont Dr. Swasson, of is Consarvatlre candidate for the Sask- atchewan legislature In Cypress con- stituency. Wilbur W. Harsh, "treasurer of Uu Democratic National CommitlM, a limit of ?10flO should be planed by law on tho amount contributed by PICKED UP IN BUSY MAN Iment creating what Is known as an j mentations and nevar touched the economic commission. The duties of Question of the tariff. any one person to a campaign fsnd. the commission as laid down by thoj Verily, the government is afraid toi order-in-councll were as follows: i touch tho tariff. If it did it would j irfle -in-councn wury as luuuus. iuuvu mu consider, inquire into and re-1 hurt its friends, the manufacturers.: ta jort upon improved methods of pro-' It doesn't care enough for the farmers. Ex-Ald. A. T. Stewart, of goloff to that olty general ftt Chas. E. Hughes has finally decided Joo Dominick an Austrian; waa sent down at Winnipeg for two years Russian. British Che DllblbU V.UC ical Co Limited, J'.ill I THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Nothing apparently now can pre- vent a clash between tlie Greek royal- ists and the allied forces, save npi absolute capitulation to the allies' do-; Auction in Cer.ada. especially agTlcul-.ro help them, mands by ilie Greeks through an order; tural production, and the methods from King Constantino himself. The'suitable to rnrious localities: the dis- allies have repeated their demands tribution and transportation of pro- stiffen terms to the royalists and ducts to hone markets, and the tradojit was safe to congratulate TVoodrcnv WRS have coupled them with the announce-' created between the different: Wilson on hts re-election. Woodrow. ment that they will use force provinces of the Dominion; the certain enough himself, but Tl the demands are complied with of products to Canadian national J Charles E. had his doubts and wasn't save a Of once. The resignation of the Greek ports, and thence to markets abroad; j going to pay for the telegram until he They want cabinet is considered imminent. the manufacture of such products in; was certain about it. The message The Yenlzelos provisional goyern- Canada: the opportunities for i mini-! removes all doubt about the preal- ment, which was established some' cration with a view to inducing the dency; Wilson has it for another (our time ago in Crete, has declared .war, settlement of an agricultural popula- years, on Bulgaria. [tion on the land; the employment on! Ouce again the fear looms large j their return to Canada of troops at! Our Lothhritlge contemporary and gized'for insulting two soldiers, that Rumania is about to suffer the! the front- the obtaining of capital'other Liberal newspaper Should cease _ of Th. renewed oSen- j necessary for and deveiop-' sire ol the Teutons appears to havej ing agricultural and manufacturing The reductlons in the tariff under tha 24ist battalion at Wadena Bask., carried them farther than eTer into] and any kindred subjects Grit rule amounted practically to Wa8 dismissed, 'no evidence being Rumania on the Transylvanian front, wkich may seem directly connected nothing, and on the upper Danube Von Mac- therewith." concessions. Members of the 241st battalion threatened to wreck the British Amercian Hotel at Windsor unless the proprietor, B. B. Ingram, apolo- kensen's forces are sweeping forward Again. Heavy fighting is progressing along the Macedonian front, where the allies continue to make progress. AFRAID TO TOUCH THE TARIFF The government at Ottawa appoints commissions to inquire into the needs of agriculture and these commissions do not make any report, in fact there Is little to show that.they even take evidence. The farmers have already told the amounted practically to And the few and trifling re- produced to prove the allegation, iductions the Liberals did make were _ more than by tho About three hundred men from the "With the above blanket charter, mergers, amalgamations, trusts and united States who were coming to embodying all the economic problems "watered" stock flotations which Canada to work on bulldlig a muni- worth 'tackling, the commission start-, sprung omce.-Calgary up during Laurier's term ot t- plant in Trenton, Ont. w Calgary News Telegram. t d immigration officials ed work. It held several sessions in camera at Ottawa. It spent a lot of And still all the mergers and trusts; Nlasara _ money in organization and travelling spent their money to defeat the Idb-j precautions are being taken at erpenses. It held a few meetings in 1811. Evidently the recipro- New York to safeguard from panics the west. But these sessions appar-: city arrangement was a real cut in the the tariff or these tellows wouldn't have the smaller Fire drills, easy exits and constant anoken and made such a fuss. The canned goods asalnst violent flghtine against. esr88S under panic conditions are entry sufficed to convince the com- mission that the problems above men- tioned could not be solved within the i combine led the limits the national policy, and that Laurier and the pact. Whether the therefore it was useless to proceed.! News Telegram is convinced or not, It was useless to discover, for in-: the careers knew that reciprocity would force them to sell their goods at a lower price to the consumers. i stance, that the best way to secure government what they need. They, production was remOve hare gone to Ottawa time and .gam p wUch and asked for lower tariffs and wider! ._ I duction at present labors, and to pro- markets. To increase production, theyf" _, i vide wider markets. It waa futile to remove the burdens under which find that the be Sir Joan Hendrie cabled to ,uLliC cu -ansdowne the flnt: instal- to at-jment.ot the Ontario contributions to n a e eg production and give the agricultural population to thej the BriUsl1 Red Cro" 8oclaty- advocated. ENnest HainM ud Hioitj- Mo4Urn, boys In tfceir 'ttroi WBTjotrf of murdering their 'father at Harris- burg, Pa., and sentenctd to the elec- tric chair, hate refused a par- don They were convicted of way- laying their tatlwr In a railroad cut, shooting him -and robbing him 01 ducer an outlet for his products. If you irant to attract immigration to the Dominion make agriculture an at- tractive and profitable industry. If yon desire to sstend the manufactur- ing industry, increase the need for agricultural implements. Sir George Foster proposed a trade and commerce conference but seem- ingly agriculture was to be overlook- ed. There is no need to worry about tiiat now because tne conference is off for some reason or other. How- ever, the memorandum prepared to be land was to make farming aitrac- j and profitable by the above rery means. And it Trssn't any use to be told that the only way to attract capital for agricultural purposes was to make the investment worth while by allowing the farmer to secure his implements as cheaply as possible and to sell his goods on the most profitable In short, it was impossible tor the commission to suggest remedies for the economic problems whicli they uaed in seeking information tor that to proposed conference is But it will be evident by a, glance I at tie subjects to be discussed-that j such proposals as the larger markets j and lower tariff would not be in keep- ing with the purpose of the conven- tion. For instance, in the eiplanatqry notes are to-be found the following suggestive phrases: "Reducing im- ports into Canada by improving ne- glected opportunities in borne produc- tion." It has always been the aim of the national policy to reduce imports into the Dominion- Here again is a suggestion contained in the. memo; "State In some detail the extent to 'which you believe aggressive develop- ment activities in homo markets as laying violent hands upon the na- tional policy and smashing holes in the government's protectionist plat- form. The'position of the body was an incongruous one. .It was asked to find solutions which must he pre- scribed within the limits of the na- tional policy. It realized the utter impossibility the situation. So it quietly passed away. Nobody today can tell you what has become of it., Its chairman, Sir James Lougheed, is: now head of the Dominion hospital commission. J. "W. Flavelle, Its To- ronto representative, is head of the Imperial munitions board, and W. J. Black, its secretary, has secured a government job. Sic transit the Eco- imported goods would benefit nomic commission. producers in your eroun." The de-l .And now the government li en- Telopment of the home market has deavorlng to find a remedy for the always been a plank in the protection high cost of Hvlng, without interter- Jst platform, and cannot be considerec under the circumstances as a sugges 7 tlon toward the lowering of the tariffs Jn any direction. It might be considered that the" question of immigration and coloniza- tion at least should be considered in connection with production at the sug- gested conference. But even here there is disappointment. saya memo in Its advice to the com- :mittee, "the extent to which you be- lieve manufacturers in your group would benefit by increased immigra- tion and colonization work." Every- thing apparently Is to be considered from the standpoint of the manufac- turer. Under the head of raw materials the following suggestion Is made: "9tato in some detail-the extent to which you believe an Intensive scien- tific Btudy of raw materials and pro- would benefit producers of your j the head of transportation 0a pMttnn of.nialnUintoB tnmc hi ing with the national policy. To a deputation which, waited upon the government the other day Hon. Robert Refers, minister of public works, de- clared that. no man had placed his finger on the remedy for the situa- tion.: It is true thV two men suggest- ed that the best way to decrease the cost of living was to Increase produc- the best way to Increase pro- duction was to decrease the tariff burdens under which production at present labored. But this remedy was lost upon Mr. Rogers for the obvious reason. The investigating is being passed over to the municipalities so that the government can avoid beeom- ng tangled up in the tariff. Incidentally It may be recalled herej n this connection that a commission! was appointed three years ago to con-j aider the high cost of living. commission floundered desperately inj an attempt to discover superficial: reaeoni, but dared not tackle the fun- damental reasons. It reported in two arc? volumes, but made no recom- The Modern Breakfast Cup Served to all the family. denying the children for fear of harming them. hesitation on the housewife's part lest it make her nervous. doubt about the wisdom of a second cup for the husband for fear of disturbing x his digestion. This snappy flavored table drink, so popular nowadays is Instant Postum Well worth trying by those who value a Reason." Canadian Postam Cereal Co., LW., Windier, Ont. The late Samuel May, the billiard and pool table manufacturer at To- ronto left an estate valued at 000. Population ot continental United States on January It 1917, will bo and with its outlying pos- sessions tho census bu- reau estimates, upon the increase as shown by the federal census of 1900 end 1910. At the rtQuefet of the forum, the Vancouver council Includ- ed In the Hit of proposed amend- to the filty charter to be which will permit women to be nom- inated for the cfflcs .of mayor or alderman. In the diitritrt coiirt at Swift Cur- nat, Jolge Ouseloy, allowed Chas. B. Chapman oat on suspended sen- tence on a charge of stealing the sum of 5983, the property of W. Mil- burn, sheriff of the judicial district of Swift Current. Chapman was tho deputy sheriff at the time the money was taken. FRUITJEDICi Thousands Owe Health .And Strength To "Fruit-a-tlves" the mtm.loua medicine mado from fruit Juicea rclioved more caseA of Slotnach, Ltitr, Kidney and Skin Troubles than any other Medicine. In Bevoro of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Pain in the Back, Impure Blood, Neu- ralgia, Chronio Chroflla Indigestion, "Fruit- hat pi vcn unusually effective w...... resulti. By iU 'cleansing, healing m It ted to tho legislature a clause I powers on the eliminating organs, GRAIN BROKERS DIRECTORY Fruit-a-tires1' tones up and Invigor- ates the whole system. 50o. a box, 6 for trial rite, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by a-lives Limited. Ottawa. Edward R. Glonn, of London, Ont., has baen awarded the travel- ling scholarship at; the Royal Cana- dian Academy Exhibition in Mon- treal. Cleaner, "when washed with Sunlight Soap. ;I find it cleans the clothes more thoroughly and. with less work than ordinary soaps. It doesn t hurt the dothesand I must say my hands the worse for it either. I really do not find it hard to look after the wash myself, Soap does so much of the work for me. never been challenged. 5c. All grocers .eU Sunlight 5c. LEVER BROTHERS UMtTED. TOROOTO. 10 Home for the Holidays 6 SPLENDID ROUTES J> UNITED CANADA LOW FARES C ASK THE AGENT FOR SPECIAL LITERATURE CANADIAN CANADIAN PACIFIC EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets on Sale, Nov. 13th; Dec. 3ist, 1916. Einal Keturn Limit Five llonths From Date of Issue. For Full Information Apply to 8. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbrldge. R. DAWSON, Dtatrlcl Passenger Agent, Calgary. A prominent Lathbrldga fa> Bier walked Into oar office the other dajr. "I lined to Mil barley to Rlchardion la Kingston fifty yean ago." be aald, "aud 1 want to do builaeii with the flria again." The prices are go high and spreads between grndei to wide thlfl year that tho need of ezpart .work all along Al- berta, In Wlnulptg and In fmt cyan gnatar than aaual. The kind of Hrrin that Urn In a man'i memory for fifty yean la yours when you your bllli of lading read '.Notify James Richardson fjous. Lim- ited." For oar Heals, markers and dally price cost or 201 Sher- lock Bldg., Lethbrldge or phone 777 PUOHB 305. OFFICE PHONE. 1J1S. MANAGER'S PHONI 1414. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPHQ Write or phone at our bMt prlcD th lepce w> can nMjr to (at you lit prteea tar your grain at any Umi and for any irada or of (rail. Phena M 1923 Calfary I Offlo 1MB Lethbrldoi I Quota. 1111 3t> Our Agenti M In ywrr dlatrlet J. A. CUMMINQ Lathbrldga WANTED! YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. K. Dixon PHONE 106? REAR STAFFORD DRAYING Or ALL COAL C. O. D PHONE 1345 Turner Witchcll Office at Kennedy'a 410 13th 81 Storm Doors MO Storm Sashes ALL HIOHT BECKER YATES 1M4, ;